A bramble of a variety which bears large edible reddish-black fruit. First cultivated in the US, it is believed to be a hybrid of a dewberry.
- ‘Ollalieberries are slightly longer and more slender than the boysenberry and are a cross between black, logan and youngberries.’
- ‘Almonds, youngberries, a hint of smokiness and white pepper spices makes up a complex bouquet.’
- ‘As youngberries are high in potassium it will assist in controlling high blood pressure.’
1920s: named after B. M. Young ( fl. 1905), the American horticulturalist who first raised it.
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